TOWNSEND, Del. (WPVI) -- Nearly four months after a fire destroyed a popular farmers market in New Castle County, there is some positive news coming to Willey Farms.
The flames ripped through the farm in Townsend back in November.
More than 200 firefighters worked to save it but all was lost.
With spring on the horizon, employees say they expect to have plants for sale in time for Easter.
They hope to rebuild the rest of the farm sometime in the summer.
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Popular New Castle County farmer's market destroyed by fire begins rebuild